Bring your scouts on a self-guided trip or sign up for a scout day to discover how community involvement, service and civic engagement play a role in conservation. Scouts can complete activities and actions towards completing water-related journeys, merit badges, etc.
  1. Boy Scout surveying a percolation basin with binoculars

If you are interested in being notified about future Scout programming, please email education@cbwcd.org with the subject line "Scout Interest List" and the following information:

  • Primary Contact Name
  • Primary Contact Email Address
  • Troop # & Type of Scouts (Boy, Girl, Cubs, etc.)
  • The zip code your troop is located in

In the meantime, Scout groups are encouraged to visit us for free self-guided tours. Visit our self-guided field trip page for more information about receiving age-appropriate activity guides and materials for your visit.

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Girl Scouts performing a conservation activity
Scouts journey through the water cycle at Scout Discover Day in July 2017.
Boy scouts at a CBWCD activity